A nineteenth Century refurbishment of an older eighteenth Century Meeting House. The sanctuary area, gifted in the early twentieth Century includes an A-listed organ, stained glass windows by Kempe and intricate Neo Gothic carving of pulpit and screens. A sympathetic reordering of the main Church has retained all of the character and form of the old Church with improvements to the heating system, seating, and refurbishment of adjoining Halls.
Sunday at 10.30 a.m. Special services as advertised.
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